Saturday, April 18, 2015

How to Paint Several Condominium Park Benches with Restore® Paint

Paint brush 1 1/2 inch
By Gary Boutin
Supplies and Tools:
Paint frame with long handle 
Paint brush 1-1/2 inch or smaller
Restore® Paint Coated Brown (two coats)
Rust-Oleum® honey polyester honeycomb foam roller cover
Water electric pressure washer spray

Our condominium has several park benches all  made of wood. Even though the benches are made of redwood does mean that they stand up to our desert conditions. This post shows how to solve the problem.

This post shows the four steps on how to paint with Restore® Paint 

Step 1: Fig.1 shows the front of the completed bench. For more information on this type of paint click here. This post assumes that the bench or table is in good shape. But even if the project that is being painted isn't this paint can seal and save many exterior furniture. To figure how much paint to use click on the wood refinishing calculator. This site explains how to measure the square footage of a piece of furniture and how much paint will be needed for the job.
Fig,1 Finished bench
Step 2: Fig.2 shows a side view of the completed bench. Click on the Restore® U-tube video site to learn how to apply it. Deck Restore® deck restoration.
Fig.2 Side view
Step 3: Fig.3 shows a front right side view of the completed bench.
Fig.3 Front right side view
Step 4: This paint work for several reasons. Its good quality paint and when the paint is applied press the paint into the cracks of the wood. This seal the surface and the paint can last up to ten years. For more information on Restore Projects click here.

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